Thousands surround Japan's parliament, protest US base plan

Thousands of demonstrators formed a human chain around Japan's parliament in Tokyo on Sunday, protesting the planned construction of a new US airbase on the southern island of Okinawa.

Thousands surround Japan`s parliament, protest new US base plan

Thousands of demonstrators formed a human chain around Japan`s parliament in Tokyo on Sunday, protesting the planned construction of a new US airbase on the southern island of Okinawa.

Jailed Venezuelan leader starts hunger strike, urges protest

Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez is launching a hunger strike and calling for a mass anti-government protest next week in a new video leaked.

Govt gives nod to sea plane landing in Goa waters amid protest

The Goa government on Saturday went ahead with its tourism proposal amid protests by fishermen community and conducted trial of sea plane landing on Mandovi river in the heart of the state.

Calm as Burundi truce starts after deadly protests

 Burundian anti-government protesters began a two-day truce Saturday after almost a month of deadly violence triggered by the president`s bid for a third term culminating in a deadly grenade attack Friday.

Detained Thai students 'merely invited for talks': Police

Dozens of Thai students who were dragged away and held overnight by police after they staged an anti-coup protest in Bangkok Friday evening were "merely invited for talks", a senior police officer said Saturday.

Reservation protest: Gujjar leader Kirori Singh Bainsla softens stand

Softening his stand on talks with Rajasthan government over quota issue, Gujjar leader Kirori Singh​ Bainsla on Friday said his team was ready to meet its special envoy tomorrow, as their agitation continued to affect movement of several trains for the second day.

Protesters have to pay market price of damaged property

Vandalising public or private property during agitations and protests will soon invite heavy penalty like market price of the damaged assets and jail term of up to ten years, with the Home Ministry proposing to amend the relevant laws.

Burundi police fire teargas, beat anti-president protesters

Burundi police fired teargas and beat protesters demanding President Pierre Nkurunziza end his bid for a third term, in a resurgence of unrest that has stoked fears of ethnic conflict in Africa`s Great Lakes.

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Locals protest hold protest around Dal Lake

 A massive traffic jam was today witnessed around famous Dal Lake here as locals staged a sit-in to protest against alleged failure of the government to address their problems, including the issue of frequent flooding of the area by rain water.

AAP protests fuel price hike

 Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) workers protested here on Sunday against the latest fuel price hike and asked the central government to roll it back.

AAP protests against fuel price hike

The Delhi unit of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) hit the streets on Sunday protesting against the hike in fuel prices by the Centre.

Water crisis in Rajasthan leads to black-marketing!

Acute water shortage in Rajasthan leads to black-marketing of water!

Govt employees hold protest in Srinagar

Over 24 protesters were on Wednesday detained here as police used batons, water canons and tear smoke shells to chase away hundreds of contractual, casual and daily wage employees of state government demanding regularisation of their services.

Govt employees protest in J&K; More than 24 detaine

Over 24 protesters were on Wednesday detained here as police used batons, water canons and tear smoke shells to chase away hundreds of contractual, casual and daily wage employees of state government demanding regularisation of their services.

Burundi army officer says he has deposed president, crowds cheer
Burundi army officer says he has deposed president, crowds cheer

A Burundian general said on Wednesday he had deposed President Pierre Nkurunziza for seeking an unconstitutional third term in office and was forming a transitional government, after more than two weeks of protests against the election bid.

Army deployed over Peru mining project violence

Peruvian troops have been deployed to help maintain law and order after weeks of deadly protests about a controversial mining project in the country`s south, the government said Saturday.

UN Security Council weighs Burundi crisis

The UN Security Council launched closed-door consultations Friday on violence shaking Burundi, where President Pierre Nkurunziza`s decision to run for a third term sparked deadly protests.

Nursery teachers: Aspirants stage protest, demand govt jobs

 A group of nursery teachers' training degree holders today staged a protest outside the BJP state headquarters here demanding that they be recruited as pre-primary teachers in Anganwadi.